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Consider this situation:
If filming is done in a public place where a defendant does not have a right of privacy and if a witness verifies that the tape is a reliable reproduction of the events that occurred, the tape is ordinarily admissible as evidence. Do you agree with the commonly held position that if you are in public, you have no general sense of an expectation of privacy? Why or why not? List at least two points in favor of and against your position.
The National Center for Health Statistics issued a report in 2011 (NCHS Data Brief, No. 67, August 2011) based on studies of autopsies conducted from 1972 to 2007. It concluded that the total number of autopsies declined by about 50% in that period, mainly because of limited use of autopsies in deaths caused by disease. In cases of death due to external causes, autopsies were performed in 97.1 % of cases of assault, 80.8 % where the cause of death was undetermined, 79 % of suspected poisoning, and 59.9 % of suicides. The report also found that autopsies were ordered in 60 % of the deaths of persons in the 15-24 age group, but the percentage of autopsies declined with age. In the 65-to-74 age group only 4.2 % of deaths were followed by an autopsy. Some states have laws that mandate an autopsy on any death which is unattended. Is that law practicable? Would you recommend that all states have such a law? Why or why not? Would it be possible that crimes are being undetected by those states that do not have such a law?